Sean B. Carroll is the author of Remarkable Creatures, a finalist for the National Book Award; The Making of the Fittest, winner of the Phi Beta Kappa Science Book Award; and Endless Forms Most Beautiful. Carroll also writes a monthly feature, “Remarkable Creatures,” for The New York Times’ Science Times. An internationally known scientist and leading educator, Dr. Carroll currently heads the Department of Science Education at the Howard Hughes Medical Institute and is a professor of molecular biology and genetics at the University of Wisconsin.
The Laws of Nature, From the Sea to the Savannah
In his latest book, The Serengeti Rules, biologist Sean B. Carroll tells of some of the greatest experiments in ecology.
In the Serengeti, Clues to Life’s Persistence on Earth
Sean B. Carroll connects cell regulation at the molecular level to rules that govern the Serengeti ecosystem.
“Brave Genius”: A Tale of Two Nobelists
“Brave Genius” profiles two extraordinary men: biologist Jacques Monod and philosopher Albert Camus.
The Scientist and the Philosopher
An excerpt from “Brave Genius: A Scientist, a Philosopher, and Their Daring Adventures From the French Resistance to the Nobel Prize.”